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There will be a meeting this evening regarding the development of the property at 102-110 Savin Hill Avenue. The meeting is scheduled for this evening (June 29) from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at the Cristo Rey School.
Carbonell Consulting, a member of the project team, sent the e-mail notice below:
Thank you for your continued interest in the 102-110 Savin Hill Ave development project. After a very busy stretch of doing our own early public outreach and community engagement in the form of civic association meetings, hundreds of surveys completed, online comments shared on coUrbanize, email updates and social media postings, we are about to begin the City of Boston’s formal development review process with the Boston Planning and Development Agency’s initial public meeting.
The initial BPDA meeting will be held:
* this Thurs, 6/29, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
* Cristo Rey School, 100 Savin Hill Ave (thank you again to Cristo Rey for hosting)
* BPDA website for the project
We wanted to make sure you knew about it, hope you will be able to attend and would greatly appreciate your support for this project to become the “heartbeat of Savin Hill.” We hope to see you this Thursday evening!
The 102-110 Savin Hill Ave project team”
According to The Dorchester Reporter on June 14:
“Tom English’s bar and the adjacent Dorchester Market— two longtime businesses on a prominent Dot Ave corner in Columbia-Savin Hill— are under agreement to be sold this summer with the next owner eyeing a mixed-use project for the site. The buyer is Adam Sarbaugh of Cornerstone Real Estate, who discussed his plans with the Columbia-Savin Hill Civic Association’s planning committee on Tuesday evening.
Sarbaugh will purchase 951-959A Dorchester Avenue, a roughly 11,500 square foot parcel including the bar, the Dorchester Market, and a lot in between. Discussions started “a few weeks ago,” said attorney Joseph Hanley of McDermott Quilty Miller, who is representing Sarbaugh.”
The City of Boston is considering a comprehensive renovation to the park, playgrounds, fields, and parking at McConnell Playground. To ensure that the improvements meets residents’ needs, the City invited Savin Hill residents to complete an online survey. The deadline for feedback is July 10, 2017.
Links to the online survey and to related documents are at: